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An Indian ‘Chief’ Mascot Was Dropped. A Decade Later, He’s Still Lurking.

An Indian ‘Chief’ Mascot Was Dropped. A Decade Later, He’s Still Lurking.

A man dressed as Chief Illiniwek at a basketball game in Champaign, Ill., in 2015. The University of Illinois retired the mascot in 2007.
With DACA in Limbo, Teachers Protected by the Program Gird for the Worst

With DACA in Limbo, Teachers Protected by the Program Gird for the Worst

Karen Reyes, 29, who is protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, teaches deaf toddlers at an Austin, Tex., school. But with the program’s future uncertain, so is hers.
Art Review: Was Australopithecus an Artist?

Art Review: Was Australopithecus an Artist?

A hand ax from Niger, included in the Nasher Sculpture Center’s new exhibition “First Sculpture.”
Trump Pressures Democrats to Bargain on Immigration

Trump Pressures Democrats to Bargain on Immigration

Recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program listened to Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic minority leader, speak at a news conference last month.
Settlements for 3 Wall Street Banks Hold a Silver Lining

Settlements for 3 Wall Street Banks Hold a Silver Lining

HSBC, Deutsche Bank and UBS Group collectively paid just under $47 million to settle civil charges of market manipulation with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, but gained a waiver from a rule
A Wristband to Track Workers’ Hand Movements? (Amazon Has Patents for It)

A Wristband to Track Workers’ Hand Movements? (Amazon Has Patents for It)

Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Carteret, N.J. The e-commerce giant has been known to experiment in-house with new technology before selling it worldwide.
‘O Canada’ Will Become Gender Neutral With New Lyrics

‘O Canada’ Will Become Gender Neutral With New Lyrics

The Canadian men’s national hockey team singing their country’s anthem in Sochi, Russia, in 2014.
Dashboard Confessional, Emo’s King of Pain, Rises Again

Dashboard Confessional, Emo’s King of Pain, Rises Again

During the nine years Dashboard Confessional singer and songwriter Chris Carrabba took a break from the band, emo experienced a resurgence.
Los Angeles School Shooting Leaves 2 Injured, 1 in Custody

Los Angeles School Shooting Leaves 2 Injured, 1 in Custody

Police officers closed off a street where a shooting occurred at a middle school in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Wheels: Car Navigation Systems Plot a Course Forward Against Phone Apps

Wheels: Car Navigation Systems Plot a Course Forward Against Phone Apps

The new Porsche Cayenne uses a next-generation navigation system from HERE, which is owned by Audi, BMW and Daimler. HERE is accumulating road data from 500,000 vehicles around the world to improve
HNA of China, in Need of Money, Raises Funds From Employees

HNA of China, in Need of Money, Raises Funds From Employees

The Beijing headquarters of the debt-burdened Chinese conglomerate HNA, which offers generous returns to employees who invest back into the company.
Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut’s Deficit Could Put Some Weekend Trains at Risk

Connecticut officials are threatening to cut weekend train service at 17 branch-line stations, including the one in New Canaan, because of financial problems.
Review: ‘Altered Carbon,’ Netflix’s ‘Blade Runner’ Replicant

Review: ‘Altered Carbon,’ Netflix’s ‘Blade Runner’ Replicant

“Altered Carbon” on Netflix, with Joel Kinnaman, is yet another attempt to combine detective noir and science fiction.
Museums and a Performance Artist Grapple With Chuck Close’s Work

Museums and a Performance Artist Grapple With Chuck Close’s Work

The artist Chuck Close has been accused of sexually harassing women and pressuring them to pose naked.
A Runway Show That Ditches the Runway and Isn’t Really a Show

A Runway Show That Ditches the Runway and Isn’t Really a Show

Ansel Elgort spins around in a wheel rig on the set of Rag & Bone’s new short film.
Nicholas von Hoffman, Provocative Journalist and Author, Dies at 88

Nicholas von Hoffman, Provocative Journalist and Author, Dies at 88

Nicholas von Hoffman in 1972. “I sincerely believe in what I write, and I get a kick out of getting those Washington mossbacks angry,” he said.